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Interaction of a quasi-stationary laser beam with a metal

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Zhiryakov, B.M., Fannibo, A.K. & Yuryshev, N.N. Interaction of a quasi-stationary laser beam with a metal. J Appl Mech Tech Phys 9, 318–319 (1968).

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